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Here's My Halloween Costume

I hope this works, I'm not sure they'll show up. Anyway for those who mentioned my Peter Pan outfit (and those who made fun of it, coughAlexandrcough), here it is...

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Pan!

Thanks for sharing!

And who/what (character, not name of the person) is the tinkerbell next to you?

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I don't recall ever before seeing Peter Pan in need of a razor, LOL. grin

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Originally Posted by rcguest
I don't recall ever before seeing Peter Pan in need of a razor, LOL. grin

Ah, in Athens, Georgia, nearly every young is in need of a razor (including me, though I'm not young).

Hey Alexis, when are you going to stop by the library?

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Originally Posted by rcguest
I don't recall ever before seeing Peter Pan in need of a razor, LOL. grin

It is a contemporary 'look', if I am not mistaken!

Garrett,

You are the handsomest Peter Pan I have ever seen! blush
I am sure that there were alot of Tinkerbells around!

Hope you had fun,
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Oh, just to be clear, it may appear in that first picture that I'm groping at that girl, which I am not...my hand was in front of her, not on or really even near her, but I can tell from that picture it might give the wrong impressin, so I just wanted to clear that up...

And yes, I should've shaved if I was supposed to be The Boy Who Never Grew Up, but I guess it didn't cross my mind.

That girl was supposed to be my Tinkerbell, but she decided to dress in black instead of white because she had a black outfit that was better suited. frown

Joe,

Any time, you know I pass down Meigs and Milledge almost every single day! Just let me know.

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Oh, and it really isn't a "look" so much as I'm just too lazy to shave more than once every four days or so. Don't worry, I don't apply that rule to brushing my teeth or bathing! smile

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Originally Posted by Logos - Alexis
Oh, and it really isn't a "look" so much as I'm just too lazy to shave more than once every four days or so. Don't worry, I don't apply that rule to brushing my teeth or bathing! smile

Alexis

Ohh...I remember those days...I grew my hair out in the back so that when I played bass guitar and swayed back and forth, my mullet would swing in time with the music...

And shaving?!? The only razor I knew in my undergrad years of theological study was Ockham's!

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WEll my thoughts were

'Oh my he has grown up!'

Geesss the bricks they give us now days to put on kids heads must have something wrong with them. They never stop them from growing up biggrin

Cute pictures and looks like a good time was had by all!

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Wow at least your college (I presume the photos were taken there) had a Halloween celebration, we had "Reformation" day at mine. A few of us Catholics here have thought of having a "Counter-Reformation Day" but that wouldn't fly.

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Originally Posted by Logos - Alexis
Oh, and it really isn't a "look" so much as I'm just too lazy to shave more than once every four days or so. Don't worry, I don't apply that rule to brushing my teeth or bathing! smile

Alexis

I do the exact same thing (I'm 19). The only time I don't have a 5 o'clock, 48 hour o'clock, or 96 hour o'clock shadow is on Sundays. I am just too lazy to do it more than once or twice a week grin


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